Crews will need a specialized crane to move the 50 foot long turbine before righting the trailer - a process which could take most of the day, the Oregon Department of Transportation said.
ODOT also closed 42nd Street near the Highway 126 overpass as a precaution, should the turbine break loose and roll downhill.
The new school year is right around the corner, and families are making the mad dash to the school supply section of retail stores across the nation.
Families at Danebo Elementary will not be among those fighting for the last pack of pink pearl erasers, as the school adopted a universal school supplies fee five years ago.
They charge $20 bucks per student, which covers all the school supplies that student will need for the year.
Several families were reluctant to accept the fee the first year it was implemented - but now almost all the families love it.
You do what you can to protect yourself from hackers at home, but what about on while using public wifi spots – like on a college campus?
A study from BitSight Technologies finds that colleges and universities are much less prepared than other industries to protect important data.
They ranked athletic conferences on a scale of 250 to 900. The PAC-12 schools sat in the middle of the pack, with a 600.
An assault suspect barricaded himself in an apartment off Charnelton Street Thursday night, prompting officers to shut down the street between 12th and 13th Ave. while a SWAT and Crisis Negotiation team worked to diffuse the situation, Eugene Police said.
Police say a driver was high on drugs when he crossed the center line of Highway 20 Thursday morning and hit a station wagon head-on, killing the other driver.
It took more than 60 firefighters to put out a fire on the roof of the 15-story Yeon Building in downtown Portland late Wednesday.
Residents and visitors are still trying to make sense of what happened at Bastendorff Beach on Tuesday.
For the past several years a number of local police departments have tried using body-mounted cameras as a method of building community trust and increasing department transparency.
A 35-year-old man and 53-year-old man were found dead near the Cedar Creek Campgrounds off Highway 6.
This fall, fishery biologists from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will capture adult Chinook in the Siuslaw River near Mapleton as part of a broader study to accurately estimate this year’s return.